January, February, October, November, December
Myriophyllum crispatum is an aquatic, emergent herb growing from 0.2 to 0.6 metres high. It occurs naturally around swamps and creeks. White, red or purple flowers, closely packed together around the upper stems, are produced in spring through to summer.
Bassendean, Bassendean Swamps, Darling valleys, Forrestfield, Guildford, Herdsman, Swan, Vasse & Serpentine
Alkimos, Ascot, Ashfield, Baldivis, Baskerville, Bassendean, Bayswater, Beckenham, Beldon, Belhus, Bellevue, Blythewood, Bouvard, Brigadoon, Burns Beach, Burswood, Butler, Caversham, City Beach, Clarkson, Coodanup, Coogee, Coolongup, Craigie, Crawley, Darlington, Dawesville, Dudley Park, East Perth, East Rockingham, Eglinton, Ellenbrook, Fairbridge, Falcon, Ferndale, Golden Bay, Gosnells, Guildford, Halls Head, Hazelmere, Heathridge, Helena Valley, Henley Brook, Herne Hill, Hillarys, Hillman, Hopeland, Jindalee, Kallaroo, Karnup, Kelmscott, Kenwick, Kinross, Kwinana Beach, Langford, Leda, Maddington, Madora Bay, Mandurah, Martin, Maylands, Merriwa, Millenden, Mindarie, Mullaloo, Naval Base, Nirimba, North beach, North Yunderup, Oakley, Ocean Reef, Oldbury, Padbury, Peron, Perth, Pinjarra, Point Grey, Port Kennedy, Quins Rocks, Ravenswood, Rivervale, Rockingham, Safety Bay, San Remo, Scarborough, Secret Harbour, Shoalwater, Silver Sands, Singleton, Sorrento, South Guildford, South Yunderup, Tamala Park, The Vines, Thornlie, Trigg, Two Rocks, Viveash, Waikiki, Warnbro, Watermans Bay, West Pinjarra, West Swan, Wilson, Woodbridge, Yanchep